Steak tartare, chips, salad in the Brasserie.
White bread appears strangely disguised in a paper bag with a little container of French butter.
Freshly prepared steak tartare lacked much flavour - chips, though apparently homemade, were soggy - salad nondescript, effortlessly thrown-together was cheap lettuce and flavourless tomatoes (although good ones are in season) in a meagre bowl (it costs extra for a full serving, but would I want one?).
Glass of cheap Spanish red (Menciía, perhaps, complete with fizzy flaw), €6,50.
Glass of local beer, Tongerlo, as an apéro was excellent.
Steak tartare, a beer, small glass of wine, €36.
Hope the restaurant is a little better than the Brasserie.
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